Help i need patient education handouts - page 2
I worked at a hospital with Krames on Demand which I loved, I worked at a hospital with our own patient educator just call her up and she does the teaching and brings the handouts. I am big on... Read More
Jan 9, '12I work in Home Health. No longer a road warrior, have been in charge of providing patient education materials for our road nurses for the past year. I spend a LOT of time online searching for the best available patient education handouts to send out to the home.
Here are a few links to those which I have found to be not only informative, but easy to read and understand:
Interactive Health Tutorials: MedlinePlus ... click on the condition or subject of your choice and it will bring up a page which has several options.. click on the "text summary" option and voila! A lovely, pdf format printable handout. Here is a link as an example of what it looks like: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the Patient Education Institute
then THIS is what you'll see after choosing "text summary":
I use these a lot, and there are quite a few to choose from. Some do not have the text summary version, but most do.
For those of you in HH or geriatrics, this site has some awesome printable materials as well : NIHSeniorHealth Home Page
This site, too, is a good one (once open click on "publications") http://www.nia.nih.gov/health/publication
Lots of good material there.. love their "Age Page" handouts.
I will copy some more saved links I have at work and try to include them here this week.. I've found some really nice material out there, including Hispanic versions !
Feb 26, '14Try merckmedicus.com it's free u just have t make a user name and password. A good stir for medication education is drugs.com. Hope this helps
Mar 3, '14www.ahrq.gov Agency for Health Research and quality. Government sponsored have info for patients, nurses and clinicians. You can download and get mailed copies for no cost, even shipping is free.